An Atlas of Phanerozoic Paleogeographic Maps: The Seas Come In and the Seas Go Out

@article{Scotese2021AnAO,
  title={An Atlas of Phanerozoic Paleogeographic Maps: The Seas Come In and the Seas Go Out},
  author={Christopher R. Scotese},
  journal={Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences},
  year={2021},
  volume={49}
}
  • C. Scotese
  • Published 22 March 2021
  • Geology
  • Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Paleogeography is the study of the changing surface of Earth through time. Driven by plate tectonics, the configuration of the continents and ocean basins has been in constant flux. Plate tectonics... 
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